Welcome to Nonna’s Corner. Today I am sharing the picture book HATTIE PECK: THE JOURNEY HOME written and illustrated by Emma Levey. Come along as Hattie sends her beloved children out on their own. This touching tale about family, decisions, letting go, and differences will make a worthy addition to your child’s bookshelf. I think you’ll love the ending.
It’s time once again for Nonna’s Corner where I share books I am adding to my grandbabies bookshelf. Today, I have a story from a man his grandchildren call Poo. When his granddaughter Maggie asked, “Poo. Are toy going to get your stories made into a book?” How could he resist? A GIANT CALLED TINY is one of those stories. Enjoy!
Today I have a cute book perfect for Mother’s Day. HOW TO RAISE A MOM by Jean Reagan. A cute, funny and colorful book that gently reminds children to appreciate and help their moms. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy!
It’s another edition of Nonna’s Corner. I started this feature when I became a Nonna. It is a chance for me to bond with my grandbabies, dubbed the “Royals” by a Caffeinated follower. As I explore books for them, I hope to share them with you. Today I am sharing my thoughts on the illustrated hardcover novel When You’re Feeling Sick.
The holiday season is in full swing, and today for Nonna’s Corner I am sharing two delightful picture books from Random House that are perfect for the wee one’s in your life. I love gifting books to young minds and seeing their happy faces come to life. The Twelve Days of Christmas: A Peek-Through Picture Book and The Lost Gift: A Christmas Story will make delightful editions to your bookshelf. Grab a cup of peppermint mocha and check them out.
Today I am delighted to share Little Tree by Loren Long, while geared towards children this book has a message for everyone facing change or letting go. Beautifully illustrated, this delightful tale is one that will sit among the classics. Grab a cup of tea and discover Little Tree.
Today on Nonna’s Corner I am delighted to share The Thank You Book by Mo Willems. I was leading a Bloggercon roundtable at BEA when the ticketed signing took place. Berls @ Fantasy is More Fun, loves Mr. Willems and graciously stood in line to get a signed copy for Princess Sophia. While this book is geared towards readers aged 4-8 and is perfect for grades 1-3, Sophia and I enjoyed the antics of Elephant and Piggie.
Today on Nonna’s Corner I am sharing an adorable book I picked up at BEA. The Storybook Knight by Helen Docherty. I don’t mind telling you that this Nonna loved the hero and the mythical beasts we encountered. You will want to add this beautifully illustrated hardcover book to your holiday shopping list.
In March I shared some of Princess Sophia’s favorites and you recommended books to me. One of those books was Giraffes Can’t Dance by Giles Andreae. When I received a gift card from Amazon I did what any Nonna would do- I ordered the board book. I am delighted that I did. Enjoy my review and then grab a copy for your favorite little one.
In today’s edition of Nonna’s Corner I am sharing Echo Echo by Marilyn Singer. Echo Echo a collection of reverso poems and greek myths. Beautifully illustrated by Josee Masse it shares some of our favorite stories from of Medusa to Pegasus. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy!